Only In Vancouver? Marijuana Oil-Infused Pizza On The Menu

Mega iLL sells special slices to people with medicinal marijuana prescriptions

Before this pizza gets baked, it gets baked.

A Vancouver pizzeria is serving up slices with an extra special ingredient — if you're over 18 and have been prescribed marijuana by a doctor.

Anthony Risling explains that at Mega iLL, on Kingsway at Fraser, you can ask the kitchen to add their special ingredient for an extra $10.

"Basically we infuse it through an oil extraction process, where we drizzle the oil onto the pizza and it medicates you when you eat it. It's a little different effect from smoking it. It takes maybe about a half hour for it to activate."

One customer at Mega iLL told CBC News the added oil has "a little bit of a tangy flavour" but otherwise doesn't have much of a taste on the pizza.

- Read the entire article at CBC News.


Happy Pizza

NOT 'Only In Vancouver'; "happy pizza' has long been known in Cambodia.
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